- Robotic Assisted Surgery
Beverly Fuller, MD, FACOG, understands the importance that being a good listener plays in forming personal connections with patients. She is committed to developing the trust, comfort, and healing power of strong doctor-patient relationships. Dr. Fuller graduated in 1984 with a BS in biochemistry from Iowa State University, where she was honored as department valedictorian. She earned her MD and completed her internship and residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee.
Dr. Fuller has practiced medicine in Medford since 1992, and now is the managing partner of Medford Women's Clinic. She specializes in gynecological issues such as evaluation and treatment of abnormal pap smears, treating postmenopausal prolapse and incontinence issues, screening for and treating female malignancies, and finding solutions for heavy and/or painful menstrual cycles. Valued by her peers as a skilled surgeon, Dr. Fuller opts for a conservative approach whenever possible.
In her spare time, Dr. Fuller spends time with her husband, children and numerous pets. A long-time gardening enthusiast, she also finds joy in growing orchids.